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Buckwheat, Persecaria, Smartweed, Knot Grass, Sorrel, Rhubarb, Victorian Botanical Illustration Featured Great Knot Print

Buckwheat, Persecaria, Smartweed, Knot Grass, Sorrel, Rhubarb, Victorian Botanical Illustration

Very Rare, Beautifully Illustrated Antique Engraved Buckwheat, Persecaria, Smartweed, Knot Grass, Sorrel, Rhubarb, Victorian Botanical Illustration, from The Flowering Plants and Ferns of Great Britain, Published in 1846. Copyright has expired on this artwork. Digitally restored

© Craig McCausland

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Types Of British Warships Brought Into Being By The Great War. From Top, Left To Right Featured Great Knot Print

Types Of British Warships Brought Into Being By The Great War. From Top, Left To Right

Types Of British Warships Brought Into Being By The Great War. From Top, Left To Right. Queen Elizabeth And Her Dummy Replica, Patrol Boat And Kite Balloon, Motor Launch, 35 Knot Coastal Motor Boat, Monitor With 15" Guns And Bulges, "q" Ship In Action, "m" Submarine With 12" Gun, Engadine, Argus, Aircraft Carriers, Ark Royal, Pegasus. From The Illustrated London News, Silver Jubilee Record Number, 1910 - 1935

© Design Pics / Hilary Jane Morgan

Arrival of the Great Western at New York (1838), c1895. Steam ship designed Featured Great Knot Print

Arrival of the Great Western at New York (1838), c1895. Steam ship designed

Arrival of the Great Western at New York (1838), c1895. Steam ship designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859) and built by William Patterson (1795-1869) of Bristol, which began a regular run between Bristol and New York in 1838. This was a steam-powered wooden vessel, capable of 12 knots under steam and, because of her engine and her ability to carry fuel for 26 days, it was possible to cut down her rigging. From The Sea by F. Whymper. (London, c1895). Artist Overend, William Heysman (British artist, 1851-1898)

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